Nebraska Tight End Jack Stoll Won’t Return

According to the Omaha World Herald, Nebraska’s most veteran tight end is moving on.

Fifth-year senior Jack Stoll announced Monday he won’t be back with the Huskers in 2021, instead shifting his attention to preparing for the NFL draft.

The 6-foot-4, 260-pounder from Lone Tree, Colorado, thanked former coach Mike Riley and his staff along with current head coach Scott Frost and his assistants for his experience in Lincoln.

“It has been an unbelievable ride that has resulted in the greatest experience in my life,” Stoll wrote in part. “I would not trade my five years here for anything in the world.”

Injuries limited Stoll in his final college campaign. He made his 25th consecutive start in the opener against Ohio State but suffered a knee injury during that game. He finished with seven catches for 89 yards one year after leading NU tight ends with a career-high 25 grabs for 234 yards.